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Fig. 6.


Stellar mass as a function of redshift for the parent sample of 2483 galaxies drawn from MUSE deep observations in HUDF (gray dots), HDFS (blue dots), A2744 (red dots), and CGR30 (green dots). Thanks to the high sensitivity of MUSE, star-forming galaxies are identified with a secure spectroscopic redshift up to z ∼ 6 over a large range of stellar masses (∼ 107 − 1011 M), except in the so-called “redshift desert” (z ∼ 1.5−2.8) where galaxies in the low-mass regime (M ∼ 107 − 108M) are detected behind the A2744 lensing cluster only.

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